WATCH: Brothers Separated During Partition Reunite After 74 Years at Kartarpur

Seventy-four years is a long time. For two brothers who were separated during India’s partition in 1947 have reunited after almost 74 years at Kartarpur Sahib Corridor was a moment they had been waiting for long.

Since 1947, Siddique (80) has been living in Pakistan and his brother Habib spent his life in Punjab, India.

Mohammad Siddique and Habib had parted ways in 1947 during the partition of the sub-continent. While Siddique arrived at Kartarpur from Pakistan Faisalabad, his elder brother Habib came from the Phullanwal area of Indian Punjab during the shrine visit.

A video has been captured the emotional reunion of the siblings and is widely circulated on social media now. The video shows the brothers crying in one-another’s arms with a crowd watching this emotional reunion. They talk about breaking bread together as they walk off.

 

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Reports quoted the brothers thanking the governments of the two countries for opening the Kartarpur Corridor facilitating a visa-free travel from India to Pakistan up to Kartapur

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